Public and Private International Law: German Views on Global Issues
Duke University School of Law
August 27, 2008
Duke Law School Public Law & Legal Theory Paper No. 218
Journal of Private International Law, Vol. 4, No. 1
The relationship between public and private international law, the issue of the excellent book under review, has often been addressed. But the question is ever new because it is asked under ever-changing circumstances. First, circumstances differ between countries. In the United States, there has long been a tendency towards unifying public international law and (international) choice of law (which is, tellingly, dealt with in the Restatement for Foreign Relations).
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